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. it was an effort to remind americans of the value of news gathering in america and a nod to the first amendment. we did so well there so we decided to take it where the action is. we have a brand new museum called a the museum on pennsylvania avenue. it's a -- it's a 45 word sign out front with the words of the first amendment 'em blazed there. we think it's healthy for them to read that says congress shall make no law. we're attempting to put it in neon. >> it is flashing? >> it's not a tribute to journalists. we had a blogger say i'm not going to set foot in that museum until they do an extra special to copy editors. it is not about you. it is a museum of history but a different kind that reports what happened over the last several centuries through the eyes of journalists. so you get contemporary coverage of the assassination of kennedy and arrival of the beatles and the civil war and fascinating >> exactly. what have the visitors reactions been for the first year? exciting. we see the full range of course. tremendous amount of school groups and a lot of tourists visiting washingt washingto was.
took responsibility. >>> also, a young mom like millions of moms across america goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home talking away on a cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming "please don't take me." her voice never heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone discarded on someone's lawn two miles away. as we go to air, the ground search expands. u.s. marshals and cadaver dogs hone in after an anonymous tip. more private video of missing mom released. we have the video. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> our thoughts and prayers are with kristi cornwell and her family. the mom of a 15-year-old was abducted. the last tips, the tips were called into the show "america's most wanted" saying she had been taken to a rural area in cleveland. cleveland county in north carolina. >> detectives are searching about 200 miles away from blairsville, georgia, in an area in the kings mountain area of north carolina. authorities say an anonymous caller was vague but gave them an address where cornwell can allegedly be found. >> i thi
>>> breaking news tonight, a young mom, just like millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk, on a rural roadway, not far from her home. talking on the cell phone, a friend on the other end, hears screams, and the young mom screaming, please, don't take me, her voice has not been heard again. she has vanished without a trace. that phone later found discarded, thrown into someone's lawn two miles way, tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> along a country road, a single mom kidnapped taking a stroll. her cell phone was found more than three miles from where she was taken. >> a prperty owner mowing the grass near the road, spotted the cell phone, picked it up, turned it on, recognized immediately it belonged to kristi. >> it would have forensic evidence. >> they're going to look for strangers. on a statistical basis, it's more likely she was kidnapped by a client, a neighbor, a friend, somebody that knew her. >> the words she used, the fact she was on a cell phone, someone did it any way. the location is not a location where somebody would be looking for a ra
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across our country. america. our beautiful america. this is happening right under our noses. these are little girls. many of them teenagers. we're taking your calls live. >>> right now, the verdict is in. tonight's winner of the show's number one fan contest for tonight is austin, texas, friend of the show, april swain. she says she's our number one fan because not only does she never miss a show. her 6-year-old little girl says when she wants to grow up she wants to be a crime fighter. there's a fan that never misses the show. the canine viewers. their new puppy is named grace. how can you say no to this puppy? hello? a dog picture. april, congratulations. you get that new book out today. "eleventh victim." i want to thank you, friend. thank you so much. they said it would never last. but it's been two months, and you're still going strong. glade lasting impressions. two fragrances alternate to keep things... fresh and exciting day after day. - and not just for 30 days. - ( inhales deeply, sighs ) but for 60. it's the longest-lasting plugins ever. get freshness that won't f
to enter the united states of america, and poof, you are there. it is as easy as that, or heck, if you want to walk across the beach and you can row a boat across the water and get, there and it is interesting, because you remember back in june of 2009 this year, we just implemented all of the strict enforcement regulations, the enhanced driver's license, and everything to beef up security across this international divide, and yet, there is not even a chain-link fence here to stop anybody from entering and not to say that a chain-link fence is going to do it, but just to say that there is no physical barriebarrier. this cone is it. there is nothing to delineate where canada starts and the u.s. ends. >> well, everybody is on the honor system, including accused killer ryan alexander who police say ripped the teeth out of this woman's head and removed and i assumed cut off fingers so that she could not be identified. folded her body up in a suitcase, and threw her in a communal dumpster. okay. back to you, caroline, explain to me, he leads the u.s. coast guard on a high-speed chase. we know th
miles was telling us, there's thousands of similar case across our country. america. our beautiful america. this is happening right under our noses. these are little girls. many of them teenagers. we're taking your calls live. right now, the verdict is in. tonight's winner of the show's number one fan contest for tonight, is austin, texas, friend of the show, april swain. she says she's our number one fan, because she not only misses the show. her little girl says when she grows up, she wants to be a crime-fighter. there's a fan that never misses the show. the canine viewers. this puppy is named grace. how can you say no to this puppy? hello? a dog picture. april, congratulations. you get that new book out today. i want to thank you, friend. thank you so much. >>> a 13-year-old wisconsin girl is charged with murder, after police say she stabbed a relative in the neck, because he allegedly spilled out the milk she wanted for her cereal. a relative told the police, the victim, robert moon, sarcastically told the teen, she could have the rest of the milk, after he poured a glass for t
millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk, on a rural roadway, not far from her home. talking away on her cell phone, a friend on the other end. the friend on the other end hears screams. and also the young mom screaming, please, don't take me. her voice has never been heard again. she has vanished without a trace. that cell phone later found discarded, thrown into someone's lawn just two miles away. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> along a country road, a single mom kidnapped taking a nightly stroll. new today, her cell phone has been found, more than three miles from where she was taken. >> a property owner mowing his grass right near the road spotted the cell phone. he picked it up, turned it on, and recognized immediately that it belonged to christy. >> it would have forensic evidence. it would have had fingerprint evidence. they may be able to recognize a voice. >> they're going to look for strangers. on a statistical basis, it's much more likely that she was kidnapped by a client, a neighbor, a friend, somebody who knew her. >> the words that she used, the
the fact that is happened in canada and not in america. megan says i think you're trying to manipulate me. that is a key sign for abusers. the fact that she ozable to pick it up and the producers weren't, well, that's -- that's leading for a lawsuit for them. >> peter, you got any comment on that? >> yeah. well, you know, there's things people can point to and say that's circumstantial evidence. let's see some hard evidence. let's have the government put its money where its mouth is before we start convicting this person of murder. >> randy? >> well, first thing we've got to do is catch him. i don't know why everyone is getting upset with the tv show. the tv show may be the best way we're going to catch him. he's well-known. you can hide for a while, but even eric rudolph who hid in the mountains for years was caught. he's going to be caught, especially in this day and age. he will be caught. the question is how does he turn himself in or how does he make his first appearance? that's what it comes down to in my opinion. >> all right. we do have a statement. because it is important to note
missing saturday evening. >>> and tonight a young mom, just like millions of moms across america goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home, talking away on the cell phone, the boyfriend on the other end hears screams. please don't take me. her voice has never been heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone later found discarded, thrown onto someone's lawn just two miles away. this as the search expanding across state borders targeting sex offenders across three states. the fbi combing grainy surveillance video for local businesses. hoping against hope for a glimpse of kristi or the kidnapper's vehicle. and tonight the boyfriend on the phone with her to hear her screams, a christian minister, breaks his silence. tonight where is kristi cornwell? >>> he heard missing georgia mom kristi cornwell screaming "don't take me" moments before she disappears. now he's breaking his silence. douglas davis was the boyfriend on the other end of that call with kristi the night she vanishes. a minister, davis says he's keeping the faith and knows kristi is st
are seeing video from abc's "good morning america." straight out to eileen la palmer, reporter with 1010 wens radio. eileen, thank you for being with us. what can you tell me about the video that has emerged of drunk mom just before the fatal crash? >> that's right, nancy. it is surveillance video that we now learn that state police have from that mcdonald's, which is only nine miles from the camp site where she left. that surveillance video, we're told, shows that she was not intoxicated, did not appear to be intoxicated, anyway, from that surveillance video. but keep in mind, that was just nine miles from the camp site and three hours before the crash. and at the time of the crash, as you know, toxicology has said she had a blood alcohol of 0.19 and she also had six grams of undigested alcohol in her stomach, as well as marijuana. so, then, of course, the question is, three hours from there until the crash. so state police have said, she was either drinking and smoking pot directly behind the wheel or she had pulled off at some rest stop. >> out to dr. titus duncan, medical doctor joining u
to get her back. >> and tonight, a young mom just like millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk on a country roadway not far from her own home, talking away on her cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming. please, don't take me! her voice has never been heard again. she has vanished without a trace! that cell phone later found discarded, thrown onto someone's lawn just two miles away. as we go to air tonight and start expanding across state borders, targeting hundreds of sex offenders across three states. tonight, where is christi co cornwall? >>> three states on alert in the hunt for a kidnap per and a missing mom. kristi cornwall swept up on a dirt road. police questioning several sex offenders in the area. >> it appears kristi's abductor was headed for north carolina or tennessee. police are also searching up there and checking sex offenders. >> usually when there is an abduction by a stranger, the victim has been sexually molested, assaulted and then killed. >> we talked to everybody in her inner circle, family, friends, people she worke
across america, goes out for an evening walk on a country roadway, not far from her own home, talking away on her sccel phone, the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming, "please, don't take me." her voice has never been heard again. she has vanished without a trace. that cell phone later found discarded, thrown on to someone's lawn just two miles away. as we go to air tonight, the search expanding across state borders, targeting hundreds of sex offenders across three states. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >>> three states on alert, in the hunt for a kidnapper and a missing mom. kristi cornwell, swept up, abducted while walking alone on a country road. police now scouring neighborhoods, even questioning hundreds of sex offenders in the area. >> the fbi joined in the case because it appears kristi's abductor was headed toward north carolina or tennessee. officers up there are also searching and questioning sex offenders. >> in most cases, when there's an actual abduction by a stranger, the victim has been sexually molested, assaulted, and then killed. >> you interview everybody
calls. but right now, a special thank you to "good morning america" and gma host robin roberts for having me on today. it was this morning. not only about the twins, but my first novel. it comes out tomorrow morning, august 11th. "the eleventh victim." i wanted to get a shot of her but my head only came up to her knee. she's a professional basketball player or professional model or both. you can show that shot again, rosie. to my friend, and composer, bill o'reilly over at the f-o-x network. we don't say it out loud here. for interviewing me about our show tonight. not only about our show here on hln and the cases we cover, but the book "eleventh victim." >>> there is a brand-new book out by a best seller. the message of the book is that justice, the criminal justice system is not pristine. it's kind of like wrestling with a pig. you get dirty and the pig likes it. i think what led me to start writing the book was i suddenly only had one job for the first time since i was about 15. and i was really, really missing the courtroom. i think that this was cathartic when i wrote it,
problem in america. >> when all these people say she didn't drink. she wasn't an alcoholic. hello. her blood alcohol level .19. out to the lines. sally in texas. hi, sally. >> caller: hi, nancy. my questions is, you answered one, what she was doing before. but you answered that. so i was just wondering, did she maybe stop somewhere after she left to get a bottle? >> good question. have they retraced her steps? is that possible she stopped somewhere to obtain alcohol? >> reporter: it's very possible. this is what police are working on right now. they are trying to reconstruct the collision itself and the hours before the collision. it's an open, active investigation. >> to dr. michael bell, how reliable are these toxicology reports, dr. bell? >> well, they're extremely reliable, as long as they were taken properly during the autopsy, i would count on them. >> and where do you get them, from the blood, from the tissue? where do you get these results for blood alcohol and pot? >> well, usually we don't just draw blood. usually, we will also draw urine, some body organs like liver, brain,
, the right of health care is right up there with the rest of them. >>> what a week in america's courtrooms. take a look at the stories and more important the people that touched our lives. >> i can now announce that as of this afternoon we now have a warrant for the arrest of ryan alexander jenkins for the murder of jasmine. >> the fingers and teeth were removed. >> jasmine is 28 years old, was 28 years old. she was an aspiring model for a time. >> do we know the cause of death? >> we do know it was strangulation. i checked with the police again a short time ago, and they confirmed it was strangulation. >> very stunning development. the police have announced hours ago it was no stranger that snuck into that home and took this little girl? where is haleigh cummings? simple answer, we didn't know. but now this is a major development, t.j. >> one thing, you've got ronald and crystal, no longer suspects. but misty's story has been inconsistent from day one. >> this is kristi cornwell from several years ago when her now teenage son was a baby. each passing day in her disappearance is agonizing
life, a whole different life of music. >>> what a week in america's courtrooms. take a look at the stories and more important, the people who touched our lives. >> ohio police made a shocking discovery. after responding to a tip they arrived at a local home where they say they found six children, a loaded gun and a full meth lab inside. >> the latest here in akron is the six children are in a foster family setting. >> a woman dragging her child through a store in georgia. there it is. the kid's -- we don't know a lot of the back story. you figure the kid was having some kind of tantrum. that's how mom handled it. result, she's charged with felony child cruelty. >> the body of the boy found in a new york capable on monday has been positively identified this afternoon as that of 8-year-old robert manuel. preliminary results and the autopsy give us reason to believe that 8-year-old robert manuel's death was not an accident. >> who killed this child and disposed of his body in this waterway? >> no, no! >> here, little girl. you're going to need these at the big house. all that s
's unbelievable. >>> and tonight, a young mom, just like millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home, talking away on the cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming, "please, don't take me!" her voice has never been heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone later found discarded, thrown on to someone's lawn just two miles away. as we go to air, the search expanding across state borders, targeting hundreds of sex offenders across three states. in the last hours, kristi's family releases private home video of the missing mom. we have the video! this as the fbi combs grainy surveillance video from local businesses, hoping, hoping against hope for a glimpse of kristi or the kidnappers' car. where is kristi cornwell? >>> home video was taken the year kristi cornwell became a mother. she's been missing for more than a week, since investigators say she was kidnapped while she was out for a walk near her parents' home in union county. >> it was around 9:00 p.m. when kristi cornwell started her evening walk, sta
there is humanity in america. he is happy to be participating. >> there's no paycheck. it's not really safe here, but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, knowing that you've done something for someone that nobody else has done before. i made a difference in the life of these families. definitely, the sacrifice has been worth it. >>> and now a look back at the stories making headlines this week. >> a source close to the jackson family says jackson's personal doctor administered a powerful drug that authorities believe killed him. >> a source with knowledge of the investigation, someone close to the family, says that dr. conrad murray did, indeed, administer this drug to michael jackson within 24 hours of his death. >> in las vegas, authorities are searching both the home and office of michael jackson's personal doctor, dr. conrad murray was with the singer when he died last month in los angeles. >> it only lasted about three hours and all they took was one computer hard drive, according to murray's attorney, and some cell phones. >> a woman, about eight months pregnant, has been found dead
in america. >> when all these people say she didn't drink, she wasn't an alcoholic. hello. her blood alcohol .19. out to the lines. sally in texas. hi, sally. >> caller: hi, nancy. god bless i, and i just i pray for all the families. i just can't imagine having realized that my spouse had done something like this. >> you know, sally, i'm afraid to even -- i had a little bit of a lead foot before i had the twins. i try not to even get on the interstate with them because no matter how careful i am, what about all the other nuts that are whizzing by? >> caller: exactly, exactly. then to know that she killed these other three men also. i just can't imagine being left behind and knowing that my spouse did that. behind knowing my spouse did that. my question is, i was just wondering, did she maybe stop somewhere after she left to get a bottle? >> good question. rupa, have they retraced her steps? is that possible that she stopped somewhere to obtain alcohol? >> nancy, it's very possible. this is what police are working on right now. they are trying to reconstruct the collision itself in the hours
there is humanity in america which makes us happy it see such a thing. >> there's no pay economic. it's not really safe here, but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity knowing that you've done something for someone that nobody else has done before. i made a difference in the life of these families. definitely the sacrifice has been worth it.
. gecko: right. uh, well maybe how geico's the third-largest car insurance company in america? nice tidbit there. boss: exactly. and i've been thinking, looking a bit more businesslike might help too. gecko: oh my. uhhh, no it's, what's, what's the word... vogeico. 15 minutes could save you 15 percent or more on car insurance. >>> ronald, has a terry that misty left the home through the night been disproved? >> i'm not sure i believe that it has, nancy. i'm almost 100% sure but i wouldn't say that and lie to you. i'm pretty sure it has been disproved. >> do you believe she left the home and left her children alone, ronald? >> absolutely not. >> i don't know what to make of it. it bothers me but i really don't know what to make of it. i mean her story's changed several times and now she's the one that supposedly found the shirt. i mean it just -- it doesn't make sense and i know my kids did love her. they told me that and i just hope she would mott have nothing to do with this. >> i just want everybody to mow i didn't do anything with that little girl. i loved her like she's my own
there is humanity in america, which makes us happy to see such a thing. >> there's no paycheck. it's not really safe. but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, knowing that you've done something for someone, that nobody else has done before. making a difference in the lives of these families. definitely the sacrifice has been worth it. >>> 8-year-old robert man wil missing for a week now from his boise, idaho apartment. the search goes on for the 8-year-old boy who vanished without a trace. cops are looking through his apartment complex, his mom's place last night. >> the investigators from the boise police department, with the assistant of the fbi, have located evidence that may, may bring us closer to finding out what happened to robert. the evidence we've uncovered shows that there are suspicious circumstances regarding robert's disappearance. >> we're learning more about an alleged family history of abuse as well, citing court papers. the idaho state actually said robert's mom is on probation for fracturing his infant half-brother's skull. also the mom's boyfriend has a criminal record, incl
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